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Keeping the dead alive

N EDITED WEB keeping dead alive rsNorthborough – Brenda Sullivan of the Worcester-based Gravestone Girls (far left) speaks about cemetery art, history and symbolism during a tour of the Howard Street Cemetery, conducted Aug. 5 and sponsored by the Friends of the Northborough Free Library. Among the over 40 library patrons who participated were (l to r) David Temlak, Arlene Marshall, Mary Westley and Debra Bennett. Following the tour, participants learned the art of grave rubbing.

Photo/Ed Karvoski Jr.

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